Cameron Murphy for East Hills

Cameron Murphy is the Labor candidate for East Hills in the 2015 State Election.

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Monday, 15 September 2014

Revesby Community Action Group

Cameron Murphy meets the Revesby's Community Action Group to discuss local issues impacting the community, and thanks them for playing the important role in shaping our lives for the better.

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Saturday, 09 August 2014

Campaign BBQ

What a beautiful day for a barbie at Monash Reserve! Thanks to everyone to attended and contributed to its great success. 

Particular thanks to Lynda for organising the event, Ron for his excellent cooking, and Margaret for organising the letterboxing.

 

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Thursday, 18 September 2014

Cameron Murphy out and about at Revesby Train Station

Rain or shine, Cameron Murphy and his volunteers continue to meet residents and survey local issues at Revesby station.

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Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Under 2 weeks before termination of periodic train tickets

The Liberals are scraping periodic train tickets in under 2 weeks, resulting in an increase in weekly transport fees. This morning Cameron Murphy and John Robertson were at East Hills Station highlighting this change.

 

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Tuesday, 05 August 2014

Opal Card

The Liberal Government keeps claiming that their scheme makes 90% of people better off - it's simply not true.

Check out the 'opal or not' website to calculate how much more you are being charged by the Liberals under their new Opal card scheme.

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Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Liberal's $7 Medicare tax could hit seniors and disadvantaged

The Guardian reveals that Liberal's Medicare tax of a $7 fee for visits to GPs and other services means many seniors and disadvantaged groups will fear seeing the doctor when they are sick. 

We need to fight these unfair Liberal Budgets to make sure that we preserve universal access to healthcare. 

To find out more, read the full article, GP co-payment plan could hit seniors and disadvantaged, inquiry hears.

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